Fortive Everett , WA 98201
As a Product Test Technician III on our Service Tools/Ptools team you will be tasked with functionally testing, trouble-shooting to the component level, repairing or reworking, calibrating, inspecting and certifying a variety of electronic subassemblies, assemblies and completed instruments.
Prepare and maintain appropriate documentation.
Perform duties using regular test equipment in accordance with prescribed procedures, practices and specifications.
Perform moderate to complex duties on a wide variety of production line instruments that have failed in previous testing or in operational use. This level is based on business need.
Input to writing or modifying of test procedures and construct new test fixtures from drawings and specifications.
May collect, analyze and report data on test processes and act as information source on related procedures and practices.
Under limited supervision, receive no instructions on routine work assignments and general instructions on new assignments.
Solve problems of moderate to high complexity.
Most work is not verified by another and errors may create some loss of funds, accounts, cause delays or affect Company image.
Independent contacts with internal customers requiring discussion and interpretation.
Sound knowledge of related test practices, processes and procedures, ability to operate all types of electronic test equipment.
Knowledge of computer systems architecture, high level language programming and computer bus structuring fundamentals desirable.
Effective communication skills and the ability to troubleshoot test processes and use judgment in resolving problems.
Position may require occasional heavy lifting (> 50 lbs) or movement of objects up to 40 lbs.
May involve exposure to chemicals, solvents and solder smoke.
Safety glasses may be required.
Repetitive use of upper extremities.
Must be able to match up colors and be able to assemble small pieces, required due to frequent close work.
Must be able to read, speak and understand English in order to understand oral or written safety information, supervisory direction, and other instructions.